Grading of Students with IEPs

Standards-Based IEP: Grading Considerations and Practices

Grading and Progress Monitoring of Students with Disabilities

Grading of students with IEPs can be challenging. How do you document accommodations? How do modifications change the grade? Or do they? Do you add points for effort? TEA recognizes that teachers struggle with these questions - regardless of the type of classroom where the student receives instruction. To assist teachers and administrators in understanding best practices in grading of students with IEPs, TEA, in conjunction with ESC Region 20, developed the following resource.


Please download the PDF guide here: http://www.esc20.net/users/0045/docs/AGC/GradingandProgressMonitoring.pdf


This guide will serve as your resource for this training and implementation of the best practices described herein. This guide is a great place to take notes as you watch the webinar.

Online Webinar Developed by TEA

In order to facilitate understanding of this document, Region 20 developed a webinar explaining many of the considerations addressed in this guide. Please take 30 minutes to view the video here: http://programs.esc20.net/default.aspx?name=pgc.grading-webinar


It is important to note that this video covers much, but not all, of the content in the guide. It is important to become knowledgeable about and use the guide when making decisions regarding grading.

So what does this mean for students with IEPs in NEISD?

How do you get credit for this professional development?

In order to receive credit for completing this online professional development, you will complete a 10 question quiz based on the content included here. Prior to attempting this quiz, participants should have downloaded and read the TEA resource Grading and Progress Monitoring for Students with Disabilities and viewed the online webinar. By continuing to the quiz, you are acknowledging that you have read and viewed these resources. The quiz includes 10 true/false questions. Participants will need to earn a score of 70% or higher to earn credit for this course. You can access the quiz by clicking on the small Blue Arrow at the top right of your screen. After answering the questions, click on the "Score Assessment" button. NOTE: Upon submission of the quiz, you will need to click on the "Request Credit" button in order to receive credit.

Do you still have questions? We're here to help!

Who to Call:

Cluster Program Coordinator

Any SBIEP Team Trainer

Kristen Williams, Director